Roger Carefoot

Roger Bryce Carefoot

December 17th, 1944 - August 5th, 2020
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It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of my best friend and the greatest man we have ever known. After a lengthly battle with metastisised prostate cancer, Roger succumbed with dignity and bravery. He leaves to cherish his memory, his wife, Rosalyn Fisher of Medicine Hat; two daughters, Eve (Chris) Carefoot and Teresa (Steve) Siebold; two grandsons, Cameron and Colten; sister, Marilyn (Nick) Snyder of Coeur d’Alene and all of Calgary. Roger was born in Saskatoon December 17, 1944, moved to Prince Albert then to Moose Jaw and finally to Medicine Hat in 1957 where he attended Alexander and MHHS. His dry humour and sense of mischievousness often landed him in less than academic situations. He prevailed and chose land development, then after receiving his A.S.E.T from U of C. he worked for UMA, constructing the Maple Ave. Bridge, Trans Canada Hwy and overpass upgrades. He lived in Calgary for 38 years consulting with Stantec and his own consulting firm before moving back to Medicine Hat in 2012, where golf, winters in Palm Desert and visits from his grandsons occupied his time. Roger’s incredible sense of humour and gentlemanliness endeared him to all. He will be dearly missed by those who had the pleasure of knowing him. He lived his “Dash” brilliantly with grace, humour and integrity. Good Bye my Love… it was an honour. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Condolences may be sent through or to subject heading Roger Carefoot.
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    Hillside Cemetery
    Gershaw Drive SW & 10 Avenue SW
    Medicine Hat, Alberta
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Laura Johnston Kelm

Posted at 10:52am
Dear Roz,
So sorry to hear about Roger. I only got to meet him a couple of times when I was visiting my Mom, but who could forget that smile. Prospect Drive has lost another of the good ones.
With deepest sympathy , Laura

Barry Kawalik

Posted at 03:53pm
Sad to hear of Roger's passing. It was always a pleasure to work with Roger and his colleagues from Stantec. A lot of fond memories for sure. Take care Roz. Take care. Barry & Darlene Kawalik

Posted at 07:51pm
So sad to hear of Rogers passing. He was a kind man with a good sense of humour and a great smile! Despite the pain he was in, he always brought joy to whoever was in the room with him. I feel lucky to have met him and connected with him over our shared love of lover boy! Rest In Peace roger.

Dee Cowan

Posted at 03:14pm
Dear Roz
So sorry for the loss of Roger. He was so friendly, warm, and funny. What a perfect match for you. Please know I am thinking of you and empathizing with you, over his absence.
Dee Cowan

Peggy Schieman

Posted at 12:03pm
We have spent so many good times with Roger . We will miss him. Peggy, Erv, Kathryn and Steven . Heartbreak for Roslyn, Eve and Teri

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